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Motorola Updates Timeline for Ice Cream Sandwich Rollouts – DROID RAZR and MAXX in Q2, Bionic and Others in Q3

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Within the next month and a half, owners of the DROID RAZR, RAZR MAXX and XOOM 3G/4G will have official Ice Cream Sandwich on there devices, straight from Motorola. Their timeline for updates was updated this morning, finally putting dates on the U.S. variants of many of Moto’s phones. The DROID Bionic, DROID 4, and XYBOARD tablets will all see updates by the end of Q3.

This newly updated list also confirms that the DROID 3 and DROID X2 will remain on Android 2.3 for good. In other words, a couple of phones that have been around for less than a year are already done receiving support other than bug fixes.

Start the countdown.

Via:  Motorola

Cheers Captmilk, Mark and Kevin!

  • Just saw this from Verizon Support on Twitter:

    VZW Support [email protected]
    We do not have a date for ICS on the Razr yet. Once available, you’ll find info on http://vzw.com/support. ^MSF

  • HotwingCindy

    FINALLY. I’m excited for the updated notification bar and an official new launcher.

  • Wait. What?…. So what ever hppen to Droid X would it get an Update to ICS. If not then ill be Getting Droid X2 if its getting ICS.

  • Alexander Garcia

    Yup! Just as I thought. Big Red’s tryin’ really REALLY hard to push their 3G devices (DX2, D3) off to the side to hook you into their 4G LTE.

  • chris k

    well the updates for q2 should hit the MFN soon, considering there is only 1 and 1/2 months left of q2

  • Johns commonsense

    So what is new…..corporate companies know they can get away with issues because the players are so few …..I am more concerned about privacy due to all the permissions to download apps…do you all realize how much of our personal information and tracking we allow when downloading apps! Motorola knows we can do NOTHING…NOTHING ABOUT IT!! We are a bunch of consumers bent over……that simple!

  • This is truly laughable at this point. My DroidX is running 4.0.4 right now. Why the heck can they not support existing platforms with superior hardware when no new hardware is out.